Mark Atwood (fallenpegasus) wrote,
Mark Atwood
fallenpegasus

Writing my S3 command line toolset

So, there was a command line toolset for manipulating S3, called the Hanzoarchives hanzo-s3-tools. They were kind of iffy in the installation and documentation, but they worked, more or less. However, their handling of S3 ACLs was pretty poor, very not useful. And as the last straw, it seems to have gone offline and vanished.

On the other hand, there is a really good Perl library, Net::Amazon::S3. Many of my clients are more or less Perl shops, so I have been recommending that they install it. But that module lacks the scripts that bring functionality out to the command line.

So I'm writing them. Today, I've got s3mkbucket and s3rmbucket working, complete with handling of ACLs and TLS. Tomorrow will be s3putacl and s3getacl, and quickly following will be s3put, s3get, s3head, s3rm and s3ls.

All open source, of course. It will be available in my public repository, and I'll see if I can get the Net::Amazon::S3 to accept it as a patch. If he doesn't, I'll just make a Freshmeat project, and advertise it that way.
Tags: aws, geek, perl, s3, work
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